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Got an 8mm camera, where do i develop the film.
so i got an old 8mm camera for free from the 30's-40's and i wanna use it a bit this year, i found places to buy film, but does anyone know where or how to transfer it to tape or whatever? its not super8 either, its on spools.
Usually the film comes with a self adressed enveloppe to Kodak labs at either Rochester, NY or Switzerland. If not inquire where you buy the film. As for transfer you can shoot a projector or find a someone that will do the same process or have it done at a pro film tranfer place ($).
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search online. I found a place that develops the film for really cheap, like 19 a roll. After that, get a good projector and projector screen, then you basically film the screen as you play your roll.... film it with a mini dv. Beffer yet, if you have a hi def cam, you can have hi-def 8mm footy.
and all the footage i see of 8mm is usually really brownish looking, is there any kind of film i can find that has a more normal look, or possible more saturation with the colors? i like the brownish look, but i dont want that all the time if possible.
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